HealthCare Degrees

Guided by professional organizations such as National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) and American Management Association (AMA), our courses are taught by quality faculty, many with applicable professional experience. CTU strives to provide healthcare industry-relevant curricula and offers degrees that can help you to enter this dynamic* field.

CTU launched the Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management (BSHCM) to stay current with the changes occurring in the healthcare field. Courses within this program focus on healthcare economics, statistics, research and global health systems. 

A healthcare degree at CTU can be pursued at the associate or bachelor's level. Learn more about our HealthCare degree programs.

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Degree Results: 8 Programs

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Associate Health Administration Online
Bachelor's Business Administration - Healthcare Management Campus/Online
Bachelor's Healthcare Management Campus/Online
Bachelor's Healthcare Management - Healthcare Management Campus/Online
Bachelor's Healthcare Management - Informatics Online
Master's Healthcare Management Online
Master's Management - Healthcare Management Campus/Online
Doctoral Management - Healthcare Management And Leadership Online

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